MLB.com Understates Brett Wallace’s Thunder Thighs

On the repository of human knowledge known as “Urban Dictionary,” the third definition of “thunder thighs” is “a pair of big ass thighs.”

Observe, Brett Wallace:

Judging purely by the definition above (i.e, “a pair of big ass thighs”), Brett Wallace has thunder thighs. But, as you will most keenly observe, MLB.com’s GameDay most certainly sells said thunder thighs short:

Unfortunately (or perhaps fortunately), Gameday simply doesn’t have the ability to project total realism. I guess all technologies have their limitations. In Gameday’s case, it’s thunder thighs.




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jonny lee
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jonny lee

seriously? you thought this was worth your time writing?

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juan pierre's mustache

I thought this comment was worth writing, but then I changed my mind in the middle, so I’m just going to

Yirmiyahu
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Yirmiyahu

Notgraphs makes the work day go by faster. Posts like these are why.

Also: suck it.

MikeS
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MikeS

You’re new to notgraphs, aren’t you?

CSJ
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Regarding large-thighed people:

A friend spent some time with a non thigh-challenged female watching the movie “The Perfect Storm.” My comment to him: “I’ll bet it was the perfect storm with those thunder thighs wrapped around you.”

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juan pierre's mustache

this seems like a case where maybe you needed to be there, dude

glassSheets
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glassSheets

Wait, you still use the old version of Gameday?

Aaron W.
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Aaron W.

Thunder Thighs must have a potent effect on Wallace’s strike zone, enabling the pitcher to strike him out on only two pitches.

Ashley
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This guy has some pretty big legs if you ask me, he needs to learn how to get skinny legs.

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